Darren Cooper has enjoyed a successful first two weeks competition, at the Manx Grand Prix.
Competing on his own teams ZX6R Kawasaki backed by MJ Davidson Groundworks, the rider who has lapped close to 125 mph at Ulster Grand Prix, finished a superb third.
Throughout the race Darren showcased his pure road racing craft around the mountain course.
Photo by Louis Porter
Today’s junior Manx GP saw him enjoy another productive race, as he continued to gel more and more, with the most iconic of all pure road racing circuits.
He finished a highly creditable 23rd, lapping at a personal best 112.581 mph, finishing leading newcomer.
Next pure road race meeting coming up for Darren, is the prestigious Scarborough Gold Cup.
Piloting his own teams ZX6R and ZX10R Kawasaki’s, he’s all set for competition in junior, senior races, as he bids for more top quality results around Oliver’s Mount.